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Comments: Finally a shoe from Nike that is really like the Breathe Free 2 and the original Cage in the fit and feel
department. It looks like the durability will be fine also and the guarantee is a plus. The arch is not too high and it is not too wide
or too narrow. The length is fine and I ordered my normal size. It has normal holes for the laces and the traction is fine. The air
max heel cushion is good. These are as good as the Asics GR5. This is the best Nike shoe in quite a few years.
Comments: I like this shoe a lot! They are not the lightest, but 2 weeks into them and they feel great! Very
comfortable material at the top which helps protect against blisters. Good traction as well, great sole for hard courts, and like
every shoe, it will wear out eventually but that depends on the player.
Comments: I recently purchased this Nike shoe fully expecting the same comfort and performance that I have
always had with their high end shoes. The Cage has literally torn up my knees. The shoe feels like cement blocks. You feel every
step. There should be a warning from Nike stating that if you have had surgically repaired knees, you would be better off playing
in your bare feet. The shoe and its warranty will outlast the player.
Comments: Like everyone else, I was excited to get these shoes since many touted that they are similar to the
Breathe Free II's. Other than the Breathe Cage II's, those were my favorites. This shoe is somewhat like it. I've been using the
Courtballistec 4.3's and 3.3's because I actually utilize the 6 month sole guarantee. I will say that those shoes were absolutely
clunkers and had varying sizes. I had blue and white 3.3's that have probably messed up my feet and knees forever. But then I had
the peach and grey version of that shoe as well which were the absolute most comfortable thing I've ever worn. And those suffered
from those horrible lace designs. This shoe is so not like that at all. I would say it's a cross between the 4.3 and Zoom Breathe
2k12 being closer to the 3.3's/4.3's. As I have a wider foot, these were much better for me. All other Nike's were too narrow in the
toe box like everyone else says. The plastic part that makes the cage of the shoe somewhat bends in such a particular fashion that
it hurt the top of my foot the first few times. After more uses, it straightened itself out and doesn't hurt anymore. Additionally, the
tongue of the shoe is a traditional tongue instead of being a one piece construction. It definitely runs big as others say. Overall, I
would say that these are the best Nike shoes in a while because they are light, normal (no weird lacing system that breaks), comfy
for wider feet, and especially the 6 month sole guarantee. I highly recommend them.
Comments: I must say I'm very disappointed in these shoes. Even though these shoes are light weight, the Air Max
Cage makes me feel like I'm wearing a pair of concrete blocks. This shoe has no flex at all! In fact, these shoes scare me. The
outsole is so stff and grippy I can't move on the court with any confidence. I feel like I'm going to fall. For years I was unable to
find a Nike Tennis Shoe that fit correctly until I tried the Nike Zoom Breathe 2K10. For me, the Zoom Breathe 2K10 was the
ultimate Tennis Shoe. Nike, please bring the 2K10 back in its original form. While I like the looks of the Air Max Cage Grey/Black
I won't play in them.
Comments: I have to agree with Matt. Definitely not a fan. Really disappointing, especially it was said to be 'like the
Breathe Free II'. NOT even close. The original Breathe Free II was THE BEST! Everything that Nike has produced to follow the
Breathe Free II has been either horrible or mediocre ar best. I still have a pair of Breathe 2K12's in my closet that I wore 3 times.
They are stiff and uncomfortable. It amazes me that they were still making the Breathe Free II's for the women for years but
stopped production for the Men. Li Na is still wearing that shoe. I know I am not the only fan of the original BF2's. Bring'em back
Comments: These shoes were amazing. I could get to all of the balls and slide a lot in them. 6 out of 5 for me.
Comments: So far not a big fan of this shoe. I have owned previous versions. Though lighter, the shoe is wider
and feels unstable. The size 14 feels a bit bigger than normal and I just don't feel that my foot fits in the shoe properly. I've worn
them for about 8 hours and still just not a huge fan.
Comments: I like my tennis shoes tight and so I ordered a 9.5 instead of my usual 10. The length is barely enough,
and it feels like the ball of my foot doesn't line up quite right. Hopefully my orthodics and a couple more hours of break-in will
fix that. Other than that I do like the shoe a lot, as it fits and feels like the old legendary Breathe Cage, especially in the toe box.
Improvements would be the uppers which are very similar to the Breath Free 2K10's, they are extremely light like the Vapor, and
the traction is deep with some give like the Ballistics. These shoes have sweet cosmetics and the pictures don't do them justice as
they look really sporty on the foot, and the Air Max across the back makes them very unique. I agree with Rye that these shoes
feel like a hybrid of previous Nike models. Great shoe.
Comments: Very comfortable shoes with about a 15 minute break in period. I've had many pairs of Vapors and
Court Ballistecs and these almost seem like a hybrid of those two shoes. They do run a tad large but I bought the size I usually do
and they fit fine. I don't think it would be possible for me to go down a half size.
Comments: This is a great shoe. It's an exact cross of my favorite shoe, the Vapor 9 Tours, and the Ballistec 4.3's,
meaning it has a comfy running shoe feel, but it's also very sturdy and durable. The Vapors lack a little bit of sturdiness and
don't last as long as I'd like being a club player, and the CB 4.3 are too bulky and sturdy. So this shoe is a perfect compromise.
perfect morph of the two best selling Nike shoes. Great job. Ventilation is nice as well. This is my new shoe of choice. And
you I love the Vapors, but the soles are not durable or as cushioned as these. But the Vapors have the most comfy feel all around.
So I'm going to rate these the same as the Vapors. They both get a 4 out of 5 stars from me. Great job Nike.
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